Teen Adoptees Showcased in New Documentary

Screenings of this new film about adoptees from China begin August 24 in New York.  The west coast premiere is September 14 in Los Angeles.  Check out their screening schedule for other cities across the country.  The director describes the film this way:

“The primary themes of SOMEWHERE BETWEEN are identity formation, family, adoption, and race. The film focuses on the intersection of all of these themes through the coming-of-age stories of four girls. As they discover who they are, so do we. Through their specific stories, we as viewers come to understand more fully the meaning of family and the ever prevalent cultural disconnect between stereotyping and race—whether we are adoptive families or not.”

http://somewherebetweenmovie.com/

Comments

  1. Lisa DeNike Ercolano says:

    I can’t wait to see Somewhere Between when it comes to Washington, D.C. I wish it would come to Baltimore, but we will definitely travel to see it. It appears to be a very intelligent and thought provoking look at the lives of our internationally adopted kids, and how they often feel “neither here nor there.”

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